Fairer Than Day; For Sunday School and Revival Work

Fairer Than Day; For Sunday School and Revival Work

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...of 3. It has balm for the wounds of life's bat-tie, For the great Healer 4. Hap-py souls, hap-py souls that re-ceive it, They have on-ly to nev-er been told; This glad mea-sage of hope and re-demp-love from the throne; They who quaff at its foun-tain of prom left it be-low; And it tells how the heart, sin makes crim learn and be-lie vn; Just to turn from earth-i-dols to Je-tion, iae, son, sus, This eweet gos-pel that ney-er grows old. Tell it o-Make the glo-lies of heaven their own. Orows, by faith in his Mood, white as snow. Keep his word, and sal-va-tion receive. o-verand o-ver, v er and o-ver, Tell it o-ver a-gain; Tell of o-ver and o-ver, 0-ver and o-ver a-gain, and again; mer-cy and love and sal-va-tion, Till all earth shall reply, a-men! mercy and love.-152 DOWN AT THE CRYSTAL RIVER'S BRINK. Birdie Bell. V. Paul Jones. 1. With long-lost friends we'll meet And speak the loving word, Down at the 2. We'll see the cit-y fair, With walls of dazzling light, Down at the 3. A-cross the silv'ry tide We'll see the white robed throng, Down at the 4. We'll all meet there some day, We're gath'ring one by one, Down at the crystal river's brink; O rapture then tii greet Our glorious, risen Lord, crystal river's brink; Those gates of beauty rare, Its lofty towers bright, crystal river's brink; Just on ihe other side They wait with welcome song, crystal river's brink; We'll praise our God for aye, The toilsome journey doivj, Down at the crystal river's brink. Down at the crystal river's 1. When the Lord pass'd over E-gypt, There was weeping ev-'ry-where, Forthe 2. We are in a land of danger, Anddeath lurkson ev-'ry hand, But that 3. Not the blood of lambs or cat-tie, Sprinkled o-ver an-y part, But the an-gel smote the first-born, Of each family dwelling...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236631269
  • 9781236631268